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Medium also supports github gists which include syntax highlighting. A lot of folks have asked for GitHub gist support. Now we have it. Simply paste your gist URL into your Medium story and hit return. You can still also highlight text and hit command-6 for code snippets. Ctrl-6 on Windows.
Further to the other answers: within the Description you can also embed images that have been added as attachments to the card. Right-click on the attachment image and select "Copy Link Address" In the Description, enter the following: !(link address goes here) e.g. !(https://trello-attachments.s3.amazonaws.com/55c1647...b6b/myimage.png)
Here is a script-based solution which allows one to insert a table with the contents from a given range within a given spreadsheet. I did not try to find a way to sync data real-time, as it didn't seem practical given potentially large volume of data that would have to be transferred with every edit to the spreadsheet. Instead, the script adds a custom menu ...
An alternative is to use Google Sites, or any other content editor that allow embedding iframes content. To embed Google spreadsheets in a page of Google Sites Create a new site or go to an existing site. Create a new page or click on Edit on an existing page. Click on Insert > Drive > Spreadsheet Select the spreadsheet Set the options Click on Save
A published Google spreadsheet is an iframe. At this time, Medium does not allow iframes (source). I think the best you can do to include a table is to Convert it into text (here's a handy tool for that). Post this text as a code block: see How to embed code snippets in Medium? Naturally, this copy-pasting will create a static snapshot of your ...
As of last night, you should be able to pre-fill data using the same methodology outlined in the post that you referenced above. The system has been updated so that large payloads on initialization result in a POST to load the form, rather than a GET. Disclaimer: I'm an engineer on the Cognito Forms team..
Depending on how streamlined you want this process, it seems to be fairly trivial to get the public URL of individual photos using the tools in your browser. When you are viewing the photo (either full screen or just the thumbnail) on Google+ you can select "Copy image URL" (Chrome) or "Copy Image Location" (Firefox) from the right-mouse/context menu. You ...
Just click on the video title, it will take you to YouTube. Then click on Share button, grab the embed link and paste it on your blog.
The problem you are seeing is from the &playlist= tag. What it looks like (to me) is that you were having problems getting 'loop' and 'autoplay' to work together, so you added the 'playlist' tag. What's happening here is that the API is being tricked into playing the same video over and over by making it think that it's in an infinite playlist of the ...
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